James Astill

South Asia Correspondent, The Economist

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South Asia correspondent for the Economist magazine

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Terrorists trained in northwest Pakistan have wreaked havoc in Europe. They're a real threat to the US and its interests.

Al-Qaeda Regroups in the Mountains of Pakistan

Terrorists trained in northwest Pakistan have wreaked havoc in Europe. They're a real threat to the US and its interests.

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